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THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
OF INTEREST TO WOMEN
SOCIETY and CLUB ACTIVITIES
MKS. HF.N SLOAN, Society Editor Office Phone 700 Home Phone 462-J
Bride - Elect Is
Honored At
Crystal Shower
Mi- Poro.hea Calhoun, bride
elect ot Kenneth Turnei . i.is hon
ried mi MuikIjv evening when
Mlf Alai p.ii I l-.ili.ier entertained
with a i 1 1 1 1 1 .1 anil i shower at
her holm mi tlic Howell Road.
The home u a- as i aii-i d through
out il!ll ( 111 i' 'ul. I- decorations.
Intona-l t.ui.t - nc i.'l..i'd (luring
the o"t- in 1 1 and .i -. 1 -1 i coui-e was
seicd Ui I'.iilii.un ua- pre-sriiU-il
! ill- !! i r l-! .Hid (hin j
by tin- rut t-.
Attt ndiii:. I hi- parly in addition to
the hi.U iln l v. ere Mi due Cal
houn k; . Mi- Hulit 1 1 Turner.
Mr- ( ; in! II ipi' . Mi--. Ki iiiii-l h
Lowe. Mi Calhoun. Jr. Mrs
Glut i un: Mi Sam I. Queen.
Ml 5. Hi. (I Itipji.-toe. Mrs 1.3W.
reiiee C I. i k M.'s Chailc- Kdwards.
Mr- I.oui c Clducll. Mi v Hubert
Shook Mi- Ch.u in- W'uod.ii d. Mrs.
Ktliel ll.uc- I i-iit-r. Mis Joe T.ite.
Sr.. Mis- vail II aye. .Mi- Mar
Jane KiU..,:,-, Mi- hi-n.i Cathey.
Mi-- J, (., i , i . 1 1 ; T Mi-- I i -s.il' I'.niip-
brll. Mi- Kate Phillips, and Mi -.
Huli Niukall- nl llendeisu!i die. i
Woman's Club
To Meet Today
Tile December meeting of I lie
Vane- ill, Woman's Club v.iil be
held at the Presb urian Church
this afternoon at '.i '.ii) o'clock.
Mrs. iiii Smith, art chairman,
is in chart'e of the program and
Will present Mrs. H. Phelps Brook
head of the art department of the
Way nesMlle Huh School. u ho
Will niw an illustrated lecture.
A inusic.d promain will be eiv
en by a mixed chorus from the
high School under the direction of
Charles I- U .
Mrs. Frank Kin-ey will preside
during a bint lui-iness session.
Each nieiiilier is a-ked to brine: a :
gift fur the Chit -tiu.is ba-ket- to,
be distributed to needy tannin--.
November Bride
Morning Star
Hprne Clup Has "
All-Day Meeting
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The Morning Star Home Demon
s.trlion Club held an all-day meet
ing at the home of Mrs. Paul Hyatt
on last Tuesday.
Miss Mary Margaret Smith gave
a demonstration on Hobbies and
Christmas Suggestions, and Mrs.
W. C. Moody presented a demon
stration on Buying Jieadymades
Book reports were given by Mrs.
L. L. Smathers on "Frankly Speak
ing", by Byrnes; "The Good Earth",
by Buck; and "The Man In The
Air", by Zim.
Project leaders reported as fol-
I lows: gardens, Mrs. Malcolm Crisp;
poultry, Mrs. W J Muse; home
management, Mrs. B. M. Stanley;
home beautilieation, Mrs. Mark
Auberry and Mrs. L. L. Smathers:
crafts, Mrs. Willie Smathers; and
grooming. Mrs. M. B. Hyatt
During the social hour follow
ing the meeting the members ex
changed Christmas gifts.
Bethel Home
Club Has
Dinner Meeting
The Uethel Home Demonstration
Club met on Wednesday at the
home of Mrs. C. E. Mainous with
Mrs. Jim Hargrove as co-hostess.
A business session was h?ld in the
morning and dinner was served
at noon.
'A demonstration on Hobbies and
Christmas Suggestions was given
by Miss Mary Margaret Smith,
county home demonstration agent,
and project leaders reported as fol
lows: foods, Mrs. Layden West;
gardens, Mrs. Jim Welch; poultry,
Mrs. Charlie Terrell; housefurnish
Ings, Mrs. Hugh Terrell; clothing,
Mrs. Clifton Terrell; crafts, Mrs
Jim Welch; grooming, Mrs. Welch
Singleton: and home beautification,
Mrs. W. C. Dickerman.
Mrs. Welch Singleton was elect
ed president to serve during the
coming year and other new officers
are: vice-president, Mrs. Horace
Peek; secretary, Mrs. Henry Gar-
Preservers
Wife
Stretch out wet shower curtains, be
cause wet curtains left bunched together
or sticking to the wall or tub tulfer most
from mildew.
ner; and terasurer, Mrs. Jim Welch.
During the social hour informal
games were played and Christmas
Kilts were exchanged.
Mrs. Frank Therrell and Miss
Margaret Ashton of Atlanta visited
relatives in Canton and Waynes
ville last week end. I
Dr. and Mrs. H. Stuart Rober
son and children are leaving Sun
day for l'onipano, Fla , where
they will spend two weeks.
Brown - Fulton
Wedding Plans
Are Announced
Tlans have been aniiou,,,,,, f
the marriage of Miss M ,n , ' ''''
ton, daughter of Mr. and Ah , i
"c.7 ult0" " Wainu, Cm,-,
Colvin Brown. Jr son i v
Mrs. Colvin Brown u ' W a
and Winston-Salem. Jmi,x,"i-
Thn foritinAnu ...111 .
- .wmwm.v Will l.;,kt. U
( hnsL Episcopal Church m'w
Cove on Salurday n.orni,," '
cember 18, at eleven-thirtv , vi, "
with the .Rev. llenrv 'l I,
Hedntan, pastor, oiridaH,,
A program of wedd,,,!, II1IK,
will he presented bv Mrs j
Fulton, organist, and Mrs. B,,n,l', !
I vi, ill. H. ........ 1 IIIU,
.v...., i,uii. sisier ol tlu
.soloist.
The
P' ourn.
bride will be atte,i..a
I'er sister, Miss Nancy Fult
maid of honor and
be attended by his
man.
bv
He t'looin
lather :t i,...,
Ushers will be ( ,,.,,' ..
ton of Ashboro, Thad 'Fate. Tom
Leainan, jnd Joseph BiitinK, ,,n uf
llll
Ci Her
.. SILS DW IIJ C'AHVKK is the former Miss Josephine Mc
acken. dauhier of .Mrs. I) . McCracken of Lake Junaluska.
ii;ari !..e look place on November 27, in Aslieville.
Mi's Hehe Medford, who is a
member ol the --iiiir i la at
Brenau Cuileje in danu ille. Ga..
aried edn. - day to peiid the
holidays with her parent i. Dr. and
Mrs. N. M Medford.
Record Library
Is Ready For
Circulation
A colhition of musical record
ings at tlfi' Haywood County Li
brary will (! available for circula
tion to the public this morning, ac
cording to ;ui announcement by
Mi-.s Margaret , .Johnston, librarian.
This addition to the library is
being sponsored by The Waynes
v il U- Music Club of which Dr. Marv
A. 1SVA
$33.75"
17 jewel mcsterpW'
$52.50'!
17 jewel, 10 Ki. i'J
gold filled
, adjustable link twt-s
7 jewel, 10 Ki.vt,fe
gold filled, maN&Tfig
link bracelet, ;'
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4 exponion brocelet
CONVENIErfl TERMS
"It s Easy to Pay The Reliable Way"
Miss McCracken
Is Married To
Silas Carver
Mrs. D. R. McCracken of Lake
Junaluska has announced the mar
riage of her daughter, Miss Joseph
ine McCracken, to Pfc. Silas David
r r r,.
s ... . in r-aiiaiiia (.lty, f la. sofl
ot Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Carver of
itotite 2, Waynesville.
i he ceremony was performed at
the First Baptist church in Ashe-
ville on Saturday morning, Novem
her 2,. at eleven o'clock. The Rev.
Hubert Harris officiated and only
a uw close li lends attended
Mis F.loise Martin arrived Wed-
ii- day from New York to spend
'lie l hnstmas holidays with her
parent-. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mar
tin. Miss Martin is studying at the
school ot American Ballet in New
York.
Mirhal is president.
At present the collection consists
of 20 complete albums and several
single records. All records were
bought by the Music Club or were
fciven through the efforts of the
f lub members.
Included in the albums are:
Bach's Concerto No. 2 in F.
Major and Concerto No. 3 in G.
Major.
Beethoven's Symphony No. 5 in
C. Minor.
Brahm's Symphony No. 2 in D.
Major.
Debussy's Prelude to Afternoon
of a Faun. Festivals and Clouds.
Symphony in D. Minor by
Franck.
I.es Preludes, by Liszt.
Piano Music by Mendelssohn.
Symphony No. 40 in G Minor
by Mozart.
Symphony No. 41 in C Major by
Mozart.
Symphony No. 8 in B Minor by
.-symphony No. 4 in A Minor by
.-oijei ins.
icnaucovsky's Nutcracker Suite
and Symphony No. 5 in E Minor.
Siegfried Idyll by Wagner.
Rhapsody in Blue by Gershwin
and a group of Strauss Waltzes.
Rules governing the circulation
of records have been given by Miss
aonnsion as follows:
1. A record borrower must be a
registered borrower of the Haywood-
County Public Library in
good standing.
2. The aDDlirant miici Kn nt i
- ai iirasi
fourteen years of age.
3. Borrower may take one album
for a week and others may be re
served. A fine of five cent a day
will be charged for overdue rec
ords. 4. All records will be examined
in the presence of the borrower
when returned. XBorrowerg may
also request inspection of the rec
ords when receiving them). Half
the cost of a record will be charged
or scratches that mar the record
ing. All broken records must be
returned to the Library.
5. If a record which belongs to
M album U broken, the ixarower
will be charged for the album and
the remaining records will become
the property jt the borrower,
8. Borrowers will
d to browse through the col lee-
ah selections must be made
from the card catalog at the desk.
7. Albums will not he nit .
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MANHATTAN TIES
BEAU BBUMMEL TIES
DANIEL GREEN SLIPPERS
SPORT SHIRTS
Rate his Christmas cheers with gifts fit to be tied
with your gayest ribbon; trickea! out in your fan
ciest paper. Things he'll USE because they're
what he'd CHOOSEif he were doing the pick
ing. "Gift" him with items masculine in pattern,
style, color. You'll find what he wants at
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